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Campuses in Sarasota and Manatee Counties

Welcome to Harvest House

Revitalizing Neighborhoods. Transforming Lives.

Harvest House is one of the few nonprofit organizations in Sarasota to work towards the development, preservation, and management of affordable, service-enriched housing. We serve homeless families, veterans, youth ages 18 to 24, and adults with a history of incarceration and substance abuse. Our model is becoming the standard for serving members of our community who are working to rebuild their lives. We believe that affordable and supportive housing programs improve economic status, revitalize neighborhoods, and stabilize lives.

Programs

Family Haven

Family Haven

Emergency shelter and support services for families who have nowhere to sleep.

Home Again

Home Again

Permanent supportive housing and case management services for homeless families.

New Heights

New Heights

A supportive housing program designed for 18 to 24 year olds who are experiencing homelessness.

Freedom

Freedom

Affordable residential recovery for adults who have struggled with substance abuse.

VETS

VETS

Veterans Empowered through Transitional Services: Residential recovery for male veterans experiencing homelessness.

NSPs & Graduate Housing

NSPs & Graduate Housing

30 homes that have been purchased & rehabilitated for low-income families & 17 for program graduates.

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Harvest House

Sarasota housing and service provider for veterans, families, and individuals who are homeless.
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Happy Friday from the Harvest House leadership team! We have some amazing projects in the works for unaccompanied and at risk youth in Sarasota and Manatee counties that we’re very excited to tell you about - follow @newheightssrq to get updates!
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Harvest House & Harvest Tab members cookout at the park
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We are so honored to have a hero like Joe working alongside us.
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Come and see what we do! Click to sign up for an upcoming Open House to tour our Sarasota facilities.
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Every year during Christmas time, we celebrate the holidays by throwing a party and purchasing gifts for each member of our Home Again & Family Haven families. This year, on July 30th, we want to send our families back to school with a Christmas in July celebration, but instead of toys, we want to give the gift of experiences.

We are currently housing 24 families (with 39 children) in transitional housing and emergency shelter, most of whom are headed by single mothers. Most of the children we serve have never had the opportunity to see an Orioles game, take karate classes, visit a museum, or see a show at the West Coast Black Theater Troupe. They see their peers participating in extracurricular activities that further develop their sense of self, their leadership skills, and gives them exposure to parts of the world they have never seen. We believe this privilege should be extended to as many children as possible, especially those in our programs.

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One year ago today, Ali found herself at an all-time low. “I was hopeless, an alcoholic, drug addicted, and feeling like a failure at motherhood.”

Today, Ali has been sober for one year.

While recovering in the Freedom program at Harvest House, she earned her certification as a low-voltage cable technician and is currently working as a successful subcontractor. Her son has blessed a family that longed for a child and he still maintains a relationship with her as his birth-mother. Most importantly, she found love for herself again.

Yesterday, after taking this beautiful photo, she left us with these words:
“My mom passed away when I was 20. A pivotal age for a young woman. I looked for love in all the wrong places. There was a void inside of me. No amount of drugs and alcohol could fill that void. I came to Harvest and I found Love. Irene said to me in our first session, "We just want to love on you until you can love yourself.” Through Bible study, church, classes with Jim Rouches, Irene, and Dr. Julie, and others, and lots of hard work I have built a solid moral compass and found myself. Kindness and compassion are key. My dad and my brother never gave up on me and that means the world to me. Many thanks to the Minor family and Harvest staff. I'm forever grateful. Harvest has a unique approach to recovery and thus a successful phenomenon happens in bringing the hopeless back to life.”

To read her graduation speech, please visit:
http://harvesthousecenters.org/testimonials-page/alison/